The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 296, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 12, 1919 Page: 4 of 4

The Dail> i ransci ipi, aui man, Oklahoma^
Those boys spring suits will cer-
tainlv appeal to you. Rucker's.
Second hand cars, priced to self.
MINTEER MOTOR CO.
Batteries of all makes repaired Rucker will show the handso n
and recharged. <>st line of clothing ever shown in
NORMAN BATTERY CO. Norman.
Trade at TUBBS'
===and saVe money
SOCIETY
Phone Items to No. 3.
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Don't fail to see those fine caps? far at this time in installing a
and suits at Rucker's. plant that would be adequate for
the needs of Norman."
Pumps and Oxfords will be
great feature at Rucker's.
—Just received a big shipment
of Chocolate, Almond and
Cocoanut Bars at only 5c each.
—A full line of Candies, per
pound only 35c.
—Old fashioned Ginger Snaps,
the kind that mother used to
make, per pound only 25c.
.j. The Engineering Faculty Wives
were charmingly entertained by
* Mrs. Robert Terrell, at ehr home
* College avenue, Saturday, March
8th. Every member was present.
Mrs. Bently of Detroit, Wisconsin,
The Social Hour Club will meet wa3 a Spec;aj guest. The next
Thursday with Mrs. S. K. McCall, nlcetjng be held March 22nd
316 W. Comanche. i with Mrs. Tappan as hostess.
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. John Lambert and Miss We tQ )earn that Mrs j
Dorothy Bell were Oklahoma ( ity , ^ jackson Was compelled to un-
visitors Tuesday evening. Idergo an operation for appendici- jer s"
The As You Like It club will ^ ^yh*^ws from Councilman Davis Says: "I think ing in New J0Jkith® u0:t^ert^ykf
Batteries rebuilt
guaranteed.
MINTEER MOTOR CO.
Happy Death League
satisfaction From the New York World:
One and hundred and fifty wo-
men, the youngest 60 and the old-
est more than 80, cheerfully dis-
esk mure maw ov,
Ladies dresses, galore—at Ruck- CUssed death and why one should
not be afraid of it, but should wel-
come it when it comes, at a meet
meet Friday afternoon with Mrs.
Robert Muldrow, 744 Jenkins.
♦ ♦ ♦
Miss Lina Bryan of Nelson,
Okla , is spending several days in
Norman with her Pi Beta Phi sis-
Iters.
I Mrs. Ray Fischer, Mrs. Franc.s
I DeMand and Misses Mary and Vi-
vian Bilby motored to Oklahoma
City and attended the matinee at
the Overhosler Saturday.
—Also a full line of Nuts, Ap-
ples, Oranges of all kinds.
—Just opened a barrel of old
fashioned pickled pork, also
one of corned beef. It is fine.
—We are always glad to serve
you with he best on the market
at prices that will please you.
—A full line of package and
bulk garden seeds of all kinds.
Also seed potatoes at right
prices.
U. S. TUBBS
Phones 31 and224
for their own funerate. Whenever
a member passes away she is bur-
ied for a nominal sum. A woman
must be 60 to join. All classes of
women belong, from an old woman
who peddles papers on a street
corner to another, said to be worth
a million dollars, who lives on Riv-
erside Drive.
"But we have another purpose,"
Mrs. Rugge explained. "We are
trying to make the last hours of
life as bright and cheerful as pos
sible for each other by removing
the dread of death and finally get-
ting to a point where we welcome
it with open arms. We do all we
Notice
i The Daughters of the Confeder-
acy will have their regular meet-
ling with Mrs. Wm. Morgan, Jr..
i 05 N. Peters avenue, Friday
March 14tn, at 2:30. All mem-
bers are urged to be present.
♦ ♦ ♦
Miss Lola Ferguson, who has
been spending the winter with hei^ |their friend to give them a talk
aunt, Mrs. Bert Baggett, re urm < ^ ^ unfavorable weather pre
to her home in Havanna, Ark., on
ti' Z"h'nT. rwIdJZ ™ ;W Transcript I. , ,!,«>, ««~t «, S„ ..t Cl.b, «. .hid, they b,
ing was to the effect that she had in ^ts^ltl0" ^ attempt at this Also they ate ice cream and cake ean to make each other happy and
Si; eTy%X it JS! Z t install a municfpally-own- and had a drop of harmless punch comfortable."
Is could be expected. ed electric light plant, but it does all of wh.ch they received while
as could be expec ^ ^ gQ f>r enQUgh jn its reason. listening to hymns and sacred
Miss Margaret Hendon enter- ing nor give the most cogent rea- songs by a quartette.
tained on Friday at her home. 300 son, which is that the high prices The fact that the function was
West Main with a lovely 6 o'clock we would have to pay at this time held in a funeral church establish-
Il ca^aLs were the flow-1 for all equipment, labor, etc., for ment-and the fact also that the
"rvtr^e izrz: TJS. 2
garet New'block, lone Pledger, get down to something_ like nor- the_orK«n«at.on^ «plamed that^
Xyla Pendleton and Birdine Van
camp.
♦ ♦ ♦
The War Mothers held a very in-
teresting meeting on Monday eve-
ning, March 10th. Although they
were disappointed in securing
JWJl tu auuituiiiis ,
mal. I am very much afraid $125, is made up of women who banded
000 or $150,000 would not go very themselves primarily to prepare
I have purchased the Ted Creg-
er blacksmith shop, first door west
of Petty Mill, and have secured
the services of Tom^ Miller, ail
■round blacksmith and am now op-
en and ready for business. I so-
licit a share of your business and
guarantee to give satisfaction.
29b-3t* WILL BROWN
Saturday. Miss Lola made many
warm friends while here, who hope
she will return.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meacham
entertained the married Kappa
Sigmas and th^ir wives Saturday
evening with dancing Light re- c>)ristian church on Monday eve-
freshments were served to Mr. and | svrRKTARY.
and the unfavorable weather pre
vented a number of mothers from
attending, yet the few who were
there made up in enthusiasm what
they lacked in members. Several
important projects were put under
headway and pleasing results are
expected to follow. The next reg-
ular meeting will be held at the
' j
Mrs. Norris, Mr. and Mrs. George
Meacham, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Browne and Mr. and Mrs. Hutto.
♦ ♦ ♦
The University Dames spent
Friday afternoon with Mrs. Geo.
Meacham. In the contest the
"Floral Wedding." Mrs. Benton re-
ceived first prize, a boquet of
carnations and Mrs. VandeveY, the
booby prize, a geranium bloom.
Miss Juanita Snedeker sang sev-
eral solos accompanied at piano
by Miss Ruth Moore. Delicious
refreshments were served to the
twelve members.
r.lng,
Have
Paid
You
Up
O
u
MARCH 15TH is the LAST DAY OF PAY UP TIME.
It is the dav on which you who have lailed to pay
your accounts promptly should pay all or part oi what
you owe. It is the DAY for YOU to arrange to take care
vour iust
of
debt:
i
I
YOUR CREDIT RECORD is established by YOU
along. By paying your bills when due you will secure the
advantages to which such a record entitles you- If you
are slow pay, you will have to pay cash for what you buy.
THIS PAY UP TIME has been inaugurated by the
Merchants' Association of Norman, in co-operation with
the Chamber of Commerce, for the benefit of all you who
owe the merchant, the banker the professional man. NO
ONE merchant is asking you to pay up, but ALL aio
UNITED in this request. You cannot maintain a good
credit by paying one debt and neglecting your other
debts. >
YOU MAY NOT be able to pay E\ EK\ bill today,
but you CAN tell the merchant when you WILL pay. I t
you want to do the right thing and keep a good credit
record, vou'll find vour debtors ready and glad to take
care of the balance. DON'T PAIL IODOSOL\ Mil.
15th. Remember that character is the basis ot credit.
PROMPT PAY MAINTAINS CREDIT
Merchants' Association
In Co-Cperation With
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
March 31st.—SECRETARY.
♦ ♦ ♦
There will be a joint meeting of
the patrons of the Washington and
Jefferson schools on Thursday,
March l-3th, at the high school
building, at 3 o'clock. Miss Pollock
of Oklahoma City will address the
meeting on: "How to awaken
more interest in our Teachers-Pat-
rons cluSs." Other features of the
program will be a piano solo by
Mrs. Sam Ambrister, vocal solo by
Miss Ruth Ince, songs and exer-
cises by pupils of the rooms of
Misses Taylor, Runyan and Wise,
reading by Josephine Paxton, pi-
ano sblo by Blanche Ba^ett, read
ing by Elizabeth Cline, violin solo
by Price Gittinger. All patrons of
both of the schools are urged to
attend.
♦ ♦ ♦
The Women's Missionary So-
ciety of the Baptist church met
with a splendid attendance Tues-
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
J. B. McClure. Steps were taken
to buy a piano for the church and
most of the money raised during
the business hour. A report was
made of the meeting of the Sun-
beam band Jast Sunday There
were thirty .children enrolled. The
band is conducted by Miss Ola
Madden and Miss Vaughn with
Mrs. McClure, superintendent.
Mrs. Ben Williams reported the j
Home Department being reorgan-!
ized and the literature will be here
in a few days. The Bible charac- j
ter study was conducted byMrs.:
Madden." The life of Jacob was
| discussed. Mrs. E. A. Foster ably
handled the afternoon topics which
were on "prayer." Mesdames M. j
A Floyd, J. W. Barbour, Dr. Wil-
liams and Miss Nan Hughes read
i papers. Mrs. S. K. McCall was a
I special guest. The next meeting
I will be with Mrs. Floyd with Mrs.
Phelan, leader.
MmmmaMm
Mrs. L. H. Todd, of the Falls
| neighborhood, is home from a vis-
it ,o her father, J. W. Sherrod in ■
' the Panhandle of Texas. c |
Transcript regrets to hear that ,
i Mr. Sherrod's health has not been
good for some time He lives at
Allenreed.
FOR SALE
1 1912 Cadillac 7 passenger.
May be seen at the office of
Cadillic Gaston Co., Okla-
homa City, Okla.
1 Twin Cylinder Indian Motor
Cycle in good running order.
1 other motor cycle.
The Motorcycles may be
seen at the Engineering build-
ing. Ask for Mr. E. S. Davis.
Bids on the above will be re-
ceived up to noon of Monday,
March 17. 1919. Enquires and
bids should be addressed to
J.L.LINDSEY
State University,
Norman, Okla.
popular
ways in
Such Attractive New Suits
If you have been waiting to buy your Spring suit we ad-
vise you to come this week. Stocks are now complete
and embrace all the new style ideas of the best merican
designers.
Smart new box coat styles as well as the e\ei
belted models. You will find many new, novel
the trimmings of buttons, braids and fancy % est-.
While navy blue is by far the most popular of all colors
we are'showing grey copen, sand and rookie in quite a
number of models.
Every suit shown you here is different, if you select
your suit from the many shown here you will have a st\ e
all your very own. Starting with misses sizes at age ot
sixteen we have a complete range up to ladies
Prices start at $25 then $29.50, $35, $39.50 and up to $60.00
You will be pleasantly surprised at our suit values this
year. Customers tell us they are by far the best suits for
the money they have seen any where. Come in and let us
show you these new suits.
Capes and Dolmans Are Much
in Demand
/
Every woman who wants a Spring
wrap wants one of these attractive capes
or cape coat it seems. 1 hey have taken
the country by storm from one etui of
America to the other. If yotr are think- ^
ing of buying a new wrap by all means *
see these new styles.
Materials include mens wear serges,
velours and silvertones. \\ hile navv
seems to be much perferred vou may
choose from French blue, sand, grey, hen-
na and copen.
Every garment shown you here is dif-
ferent in style, here you can buy your
Spring coat and have your very own
-tyle.
Ginghams and Percales at
Special Prices
We would be glad indeed to have you
come ;ttul see these attrftctise wraps,
prices start at $19.50, then $25, $29.50 and
$35.00.
Choose from excellent percales in light
-round with neat stripes, checks and small
printed designs in black, pink, blue and
lavender. Thrity-two inches wide, best
95c percales, special this week at only
19c
Dress Ginghams, in many attractive
plaids and checks of pink, blue, tan, brown
and navy, 27 inches wide, fast colors, reg-
ular 25c a vard, special at only _19c
Rest quality yard wide percales in al-
most one hundred attractive patterns,
these are fast colors and will give perfect
satisfaction. All light grounds with at-
' tractive patterns in red, blue, pink and
at only yard — ,c
black, best 35c percales, special this week
Plain colored Ginghams of excellent
quality fast colors, also neat, checks,
-tripe- and plaids, choose from our entm
stock of 35c ginghams at only yard __29c
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McC ALL'S
Norman's Greatest Store
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